How To Backhand Snap
A backhand snap is a short, hard, sharp turn around 90 degrees. It is like a re-entry but with less follow through coming out of this turn. HOW TO DO A BACKHAND SNAP Step 1: Sit deep into your bottom turn, staying low and compact. Look…
How To Frontside Cutback
A cutback is the same as a top turn however the turn is continued bringing you around and back towards the curling wave. You would perform a cutback in order to regain the momentum necessary to continue on the wave. When you are surfing, you may generate so…
How to Frontside Floater
A floater is when you turn up on top of the broken lip, or foam, and ride along on top of it, then back down onto the open face again. HOW TO PERFORM A FLOATER (FRONTSIDE) Step 1: Eye your path, open your shoulders and body…
How To Backhand Tuberide
The pigdog is a specialized manoeuvre that helps you tuck into the small eye of a tubing wave while riding on your backhand. It also gives you more control and stability because you are holding the outer rail of the board back towards the face…
Lift Your Chest And Improve Your Paddling Technique Immediately
Grab a coconut or some old books and place them under your chest. Practice paddling in this position as much as you can. This is an awesome home exercise to get you in better shape for when you’re next out in the water.
Push Up Training For Your Pop Ups
Popping up quicker and stronger starts with a proper spinal alignment push up. In this video, we demonstrate the importance of strengthing your arms and shoulders so you’re able to get your feet through more effectively on your pop-ups.
How To Protect Your Head
It’s so important to know the different techniques for staying safe out in the water. Protecting your head from the fins and other parts of your board will give you more confidence when your next out in the water